Nurturing a successful talent pipeline will take more than posting to multiple job boards or working with staffing firms. Organizations will need to develop partnerships with business schools to fill their talent needs. Thankfully, today’s business schools are more than just recruiting centers. Educators help businesses create solid talent pipelines and networks. Business schools are also adjusting their programs accordingly and working with businesses to more thoroughly develop the incoming workforce.
As the world’s largest business education alliance, AACSB recently partnered with the Human Capital Media Research and Advisory Group for insights into what these business education partnerships should look like. The purpose of the survey was to discover how organizations used partnerships with business schools and how these partnerships applied to the future of work.
As the world’s largest business education alliance, AACSB International (AACSB) connects educators, students, and business to achieve a common goal: to create the next generation of great leaders. Synonymous with the highest standards of excellence since 1916, AACSB provides quality assurance, business education intelligence, and professional development services to more than 1,700 member organizations and over 840 accredited business schools worldwide. AACSB’s mission is to foster engagement, accelerate innovation, and amplify impact in business education. The global organization has offices located in Tampa, Florida, USA; Amsterdam, the Netherlands; and Singapore. For more information, visit aacsb.edu.